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NOISE Dublin is the Youth Arts programme offered by South Dublin County Council Arts Office for ages 13 – 25. Through a variety of festivals and programmes NOISE Dublin provides support and opportunities for young people to learn, train, experience, and work in the arts. Our goal is to ensure that young people have a chance to take part and progress in the arts either through one-off events or long-term career plans.

NOISE Music: Live at North Clondalkin Library

NOISE Music: Live at North Clondalkin Library

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NOISE Music is launching its music programme in North Clondalkin Library on Thursday 21 st July with a stellar line-up of musicians including Clondalkin’s own Hip Hop / Gaelic Drill innovator Sello.

 

NOISE Music has built a collective of some of the most innovative and exciting musicians see DJs working in Irish music today, including the artists performing at this event. They deliver workshops and performances throughout South Dublin County, working with young people aged 14 to 18 to develop their creativity, make music, and perform.


This event in North Clondalkin Library is an opportunity for young people in the area to meet the musicians working on the programme and see them perform live. There will be a walk-in DJ workshop from 5pm, with the gig starting at 6pm. It’s also an opportunity for anyone interested to sign up for free workshops in DJing, beat-making, songwriting and more. Workshops will take place in North Clondalkin later this year.


NOISE Music is part of NOISE Dublin, the youth arts programme of South Dublin County’s Arts Office. It is run by a partnership between Music Generation South Dublin and CONTACT Studio. It is funded by Music Generation, the Dept of Education and the Arts Council through the Creativity and Collaboration Fund.

 

South Dublin Libraries are partnering with NOISE Music to deliver the DJ Programme in Tallaght and North Clondalkin Libraries. NOISE Music Presents: Live in North Clondalkin Library is funded by NOISE Music and North Clondalkin Library.

DJ PROGRAMME

DJ PROGRAMME

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NOISE Music is launching a new free Summer Programme for young people aged 14 – 18 who want to learn how to DJ.

When: Every Friday (July/August)

 

Led by Club Comfort founder and DJ Baliboc (Jack Colley), participants will learn DJ skills, improve their knowledge of music, learn about booking and promoting events, and learn about career paths in the music industry.

This programme will run every Friday from 2pm to 4pm throughout July and August in Tallaght Library.

You must be 14-18 years old to take part in this programme

The Big Picture

The Big Picture

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NOISE Music@The Big Picture is a free summer music programme for girls and young women aged 14–18.

When: Every Friday, 11am-4pm (July/August)


Participants will get to make music with a team of female DJs, producers, songwriters, and performers. Artists working on the programme include Jess Kavanagh, Zali, Dreamcycles and Bambi, with guests including Synthesize_Her and Gemma Dunleavy. You don’t have to be able to play an instrument, sing, or have any musical experience to qualify for this programme. As long as you have a love of music and creativity, then you’ll be able to take part.

This programme is open to girls, young women, and those who identify as non-binary, aged 14-18.

NOISE Music@The Big Picture is funded by Creative Ireland, and is a partnership between NOISE Music and Foroige Tallaght.

NOISE Music is part of NOISE Dublin, which is the Youth Arts programme offered by South Dublin County Council Arts Office. The programme is run by a partnership between Music Generation South Dublin and CONTACT Studio.

Griffeen Youth Reach Summer Programme

Griffeen Youth Reach Summer Programme

NOISE Music is a music programme for young people aged 14 – 18. You will get to make music with a team of DJs, producers, songwriters, and performers. You don’t need to be able to sing or play an instrument to take part.

 

When: Every Monday and Tuesday (July and August)

 

If you are interested in taking part, please contact Gerry at noisemusicsouthdublin@gmail.com to find out more